Cotylorhiza tuberculata Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 2013-09-242013-09-25 lukshots
17 thoughts on “Cotylorhiza tuberculata”
Tanks! Is the first time that I meet this specimen. Nature is amazing!
Yes, I agree. But only a good photographer, such as yourself, can make it memorable
Thank you so much!
I know this sounds crazy BUT …. is this edible?! I ate something a few years back in Croatia when we were staying right by the Adriatic and I have never been able to find out what it was – but it looked a bit like this!
I do not know if it’s edible, even if you look it from may seem like a fried egg 🙂 I have never eaten a jellyfish.
One of these days I’ll find out ….
Have a good luck! l’m waiting for photografic evidence 😉
Amazing and beautiful, a great capture Luca!
Thanks, but the true artist is the nature… 😉
Nice – were you diving or snorkelling?
It’s Palmarola. The most beautiful island in the Mediterranean for Jacques Cousteau and I can cornfirm it’s a marine paradise!
wow! I wish I could dive. I took some underwater pics http://jamaicanjoy.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/adventures-with-my-new-camera-2/ but I’m just a beginner snorkeler!
After this wonderful and lucky experience I’m thinking to buy a waterproof camera. Sony DSC-TX30 is one of the candidates 🙂
In this case I used the camera of my cuosin.
I was seriously impressed by the Sony DSC-TX30 for versatility, but if you are really serious about underwater photography, I would suggest going higher end. Especially close to the surface of the water, the Sony does not allow you much control. It’s really blindly pointing and shooting. My uncle shoots with the Olympus and he says the same. Check out my older post on Hawaii favourite fish and my Review on a manta ray night adventure for some test shots!